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    No me digas, che! Recoleta's Avatar
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    ^ No. (in response to entropie)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Recoleta View Post
    ^ No.
    No what? Ah, yeah I think he meant men.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    No what? Ah, yeah I think he meant men.
    ah, yes...that makes sense. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    What's the point of high heels?
    Well, I always thought that the only purpose of high heels was to get stuck in some crack or something. And cute guys can help you get unstuck or you get axed by some villain. Or so I've seen in movies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kangirl View Post
    The point is: they (can) look hot as hell

    But hey, what do I know. I prefer to wear flip flops or nothing at all. But I'd love to fill my shoeracks (if I ever get some) with awesome shoes.

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    It's all about sexual attraction folks ... read this too

    Personally I love heels, hardly catch me wearing anything but.

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    They seem like torture devices to me... I would never wear them, I have really delicate feet and high heels would just tear them apart. They just aren't practical for people who actually walk more than 3 miles a day.

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    My attitude about heels (I'm a guy):

    - yes, the right ones look nice on you
    - no, it won't make me want you more
    - no, I will not listen to you complain about them; you decide to wear them, not me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clover View Post
    They just aren't practical for people who actually walk more than 3 miles a day.
    Driving a car with them isn't a picnic either. At least for women who aren't used to wearing heels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    Driving a car with them isn't a picnic either. At least for women who aren't used to wearing heels.
    Yeah, my friends always switch shoes before driving.

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    They're very good for breaking NT masculine stereotypes. I like the expression on a person's face when an extremely effeminate woman walks up and starts talking about string theory, mirror's edge, and politics.

    I'll put up with a little foot pain if it means I get to mess with someone's stereotypes. That's not saying I won't trip a few times though.... >.<
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